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Westcliff University in the News

Remote Learning in the Pandemic: Lessons Learned

12/28/2020: Our Dean of Academic Operations and Initiatives, Dr. Matthew Hubbs, was the featured subject matter expert and author for Campus Technology (www.campustechnology.com) for the month of December. Dr. Hubbs discusses how the shift to online learning in response to COVID-19 has revealed pedagogical benefits that will carry on into the future of education. Despite the difficult measures that have transpired due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Hubbs also talks about what Westcliff University has learned to ensure both short-term, and long-term student and faculty success.

Read his insights and feature article in Campus Technology. Go to Campus Technology.

5 Things That Should Be Done to Improve the U.S. Educational System

12/10/2020: Our very own President and CEO of Westcliff University, Dr. Anthony M. Lee was featured in an interview with Authority Magazine discussing 5 things that need to be done to further improve the educational system in the United States. Dr. Lee talks about the importance of prioritizing communication skills, integrating social-emotional learning, and why he feels that STEM education is paving the way for the industries of tomorrow. 

This feature-interview is not only exciting for the Westcliff family but also very insightful as it shares viewpoints and perspectives from the mind of Westcliff’s very own President and CEO. 

Read his insights and full interview in Authority Magazine. Go to Authority Magazine

Why Sport And Exercise Are So Important For College And University Students

11/15/2020: Our very own Dean of Athletics, Shawn Harris, was highlighted as a contributor to a recent story in The Sport Review discussing the importance of sports and exercise in college students. Shawn mentions how “learning how to manage time between their sport and their studies provides a solid foundation for work/life balance and teaches the importance of discipline in their everyday schedules”. Additionally, he shares some thoughts about how sports contribute to the development of social skills that translate into life skills. 

This feature is very exciting for our Westcliff family as not only is Shawn Harris quoted in this article, but also one of our Women’s Soccer players, Jada Ware, is quoted giving a student athlete’s perspective.

You can read the full article HERE.